Daniela Hau’s research focuses on factors that influence the acceptance of artificial intelligence (AI) by teachers in educational settings.
Teachers play a key role in deciding whether “new technologies” will be used in the classroom. Understanding how they see and accept AI is therefore an important basis for future educational research and policymaking.
Towards an understanding of artificial intelligence in education: an analytical framework of teachers’ acceptance of AI
FHSE / Doctoral School in Humanities and Social Sciences (Psychology)
Contributions to LUX:plorations:
Watt’s Up? The Smart Grid Chronicles
Why did you participate in LUX:plorations?
“As a firm believer in playful approaches to education, I was delighted to hear about the opportunity to get involved with science comics. I was curious to see how a research project could be presented in a comic that was both entertaining and scientifically accurate.”
What did you like most about LUX:plorations?
“I really appreciated the team’s positive attitude and their commitment to achieving the best possible result.”
What was the biggest challenge for you?
“At the beginning, we had what seemed like two separate stories: one telling the story of Leo, Zamara and the smart grid, and another centred on what key messages and facts we wanted to convey. Finding bridges to connect these stories was the biggest challenge for me.”